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so one more day, new hampshire. >> vanessa: donald trump will also be heading to new hampshire tonight, spending his last hour stumping for votes in a state that's still too close to call. good evening, i'm vanessa welch. >> mark: i'm mark ockerbloom. the latest poll from fox news shows clinton ahead with 48% of the vote. trump has 44% and we have fox 25 election 2016 team coverage tonight. elizabeth hopkins has the latest on the senate race in new hampshire that could shift the balance of power in washington. >> vanessa: anchor blair miller the nypd is preparing one of the largest security rampups ever, but first, let's go to stephanie coueignoux where voters are being urged to cast their ballots by president obama. >> the reporter: president obama's motorcade passed by here an hour ago. we did see many voters line up to watch it go by. new hampshire is a key state with four electoral votes an many believe that this election
thousands of people lined up ahead of president obama's arrival at u.n.h., many students at the university. less than 24 hours before polls open, the president is making a final push in the granite state. a state he won in 2008 and 2012. and now, in 2016, he's hoping to help hillary clinton secure a victory here, and possibly the presidency. for firstim student matt aims, he told us, he's excited to hear president obama speak in person, but admits, he's less than thrilled about this election process, calling tomorrow's decision a difficult one. >> honestly, the fact that our presidency is almost, i want to say, it's becoming immature, the debates were more of them just ridiculing each other, than talking about -- the american --
things changed or acted on. >> the reporter: and for many voters here, they tell me they aren't sure who is going to win here in new hampshire, but say whoever does win, they hope that the country can get behind and finally happily. of course, president obama right now, speaking to a crowd of thousands at u.n.h.'s arena. we will have full coverage of his speech at 6:00 p.m. in newington, new hampshire, stephanie coueignoux, fox 25 news. >> vanessa: security is ramped up in new york city. hillary clinton and donald trump rallies in midtown, manhattan, it is the first time since 1944, both candidates will be in new york for election night. and the nypd says it's ready for the college. fox 25's blair miller live for us in new york city, where thousands of officers will be on the job. blair? >> the reporter: and for reasons, vance, this is the first time in -- vanessa, this is the first time in 72 years that both party's nominees are from new york, but this election will come to an end finally here tomorrow night when both
here in the heart of manhattan. today, both candidates getting in front of as many swing state voters as possible. at trump tower today, the republican nominee's headquarters, his strategists hard at work. senior adviser to the campaign epstein told me in final hours, their confidence couldn't be higher. >> we're looking all over the map. we're going to win our core four states, florida, ohio, iowa, we'll carry north carolina and from there, we have a lot of path. >> the reporter: his staff says overnight, vote tomorrow and then watch the returns come in. just two miles away, hillary clinton will also end up here in manhattan. campaign manager addressing the f.b.i.'s director saying, the agency is standing by its original findings, that clinton should not be prosecuted over how she handled classified information. >> i don't think damage was done. first of all, this matter has been in the news for some time now, i think voters had already factored it into their decision. >> the reporter: and a new poll
over trump. but both sides know, it's turnout that will decide the race. >> it's important, we're doing very well if turnout. if up look at the early voting absentee ballots in florida, we've already made up the difference by which mitt romney lost in 2012. >> we're focused on turning out our supporters. that ground game that we worked so hard to build is really bearing fruit. a third of the hispanic and asian voters that we've turned out in florida, didn't participate in the 2012 election. >> the reporter: obviously, another very long day for both candidates. both campaigns, i'm told that both of the candidates will arrive back lear in new york some time overnight and both are vote first thing in the morning. vanessa? >> vanessa: blair, with both of the candidates so close there tomorrow, what kind of impact is it having on the city? we know that security is stepped up, but what other impacts are you seeing? >> the reporter: yeah, vanessa, both events are very close
in any presidential election when you're on a campaign night and election night. trump's events will be taking place four blocks from where i'm reporting from right now and clinton's event will take place another two miles from there. there's a no-fly zone in place over both residences. it's pretty much business as usual on this monday. live in new york city, blair miller, fox 25 news. >> vanessa: blair miller, thank you so much. we'll be checking in with you throughout the night and tomorrow of course as well. the balance of senate is also at stake tomorrow. >> elizabeth: republicans right now hold 54 seats, but 24 of them are up for election. now, democrats need to flip at least four to gain control should clinton win and they'll need to flip five if trump wins. one of the key races is of course, new hampshire and according to a few poll by the u.n.h. survey center, incumbent republican senators kelly ayotte trails democratic governor, maggie hassan. that poll gives has son a four-point lead, 49-45%.
close, both candidates were out looking for votes today. senator ayotte, crisscrossing the state. she plans to appear at 19 events today. governor hassan met with supporters in petersborough. we'll be following the race very closely tomorrow. i'll have live election coverage starting as soon as the polls close. elizabeth hopkins. fox 25 news. >> mark: a lots of focus now in massachusetts on the four statewide ballot questions. question one deals with adding another gambling slots parlor, legalizing recreational marijuana. >> vanessa: dealing with issues of possible voter intimidation at the polls tomorrow. we'll be live all night long with local and national results. you can also watch on fox25boston.com, and look up where to vote on our web site, the polls open at 7:00 a.m. >> mark: we are staying on top
within the released a statement half-hour, service has resume between jackson square and haymarket station. transit police tell it was shut down after a train hit and killed the young man at the rugles some. they are trying to figure out what he was doing on the track. if you are taking the orange line, give yourself extra time. it may be a while before it's back to normal. >> vanessa: an s.u.v. plunged into the water in mattapoisett. emergency crews called to nass points this morning and that s.u.v. was 50 feet in the water. fire officials tell and swam to shore. police are still working to determine the exact cause. >> mark: police in brockton or looking for the gunman who opened fire on a street hitting a young boy. we showed you the bullets left on the side of a home on saturday. a bullet grazed the 3-year-old's leg but did not seriously hurt him. brockton police are not sure if this was a targeted shooting or random drive-by. >> vanessa: a bright ton man
after pleading not guilty in court today, he is being held on no bail. prosecutors say hairington killed a hand during an armed robbery on fairy street on sunday. a billerica man accused of hitting a police officer is being held without bail. eric policemenis faced a judge today. he appeared to be using drugs friday night and hit the officer as he was trying to get away. he turned himself in the very next day. the officer is expected to ma >> mark: problems with a phone charger, sending one child and four adults to the hospital. a child brought the charger to a school in mission hills. someone put water on the charger and it gave off a vapor that made several people sick. >> we figured it might have been like hydrogen gas or something, but we metered the area to make sure the environment was clean. >> mark: no one was seriously hurt.
to continue. >> vanessa: new at 5:00 p.m. tonight, a desperate struggle to save the life of a newborn girl in amesbury after she suddenly stopped breathing. it happened over the weekend, and tonight, we've learned a mysterious neighbor saved that child's life. fox 25's bob ward joins us live from middleton, where a 911 dispatcher handled the car and bob, you also spoke to the baby's parents. >> the reporter: yeah, i did. and they are very relieved tonight. the way they describe it, their child didn't have a lot quick action of a woman they don't even know, they may have lost their child. >> the whole world. i love her to death. >> the reporter: this is raymond, just over a week old and she's already survived a life or death drama. early saturday morning, her mom noticed her child suddenly had trouble breathing. >> she arched her back backwards and opened her mouth and started flailing her head side to side, and her eyes were, you know, she
>> the reporter: raylan's dad corey rushed to help and told me in moments, it got worse. >> she's turning purple, blue-ish, eyes popping out of her head. >> the reporter: in the early morning darkness, reilly begged for help. >> i raw and roasted outside and i started screaming for help. you know, my baby is dying, she's turning blue, not breathing, can somebody help me. >> the reporter: the seconds seemed like hours, and then, some would call what happened next a miracle. >> one nice lady came running out of nowhere in the dark and just grabbed her from me, and started doing cpr on her, and then soon after i heard her start crying, so i was really relieved, i knew she was getting air and then the ambulance came a few minutes after that. >> the reporter: corey and reilly still don't know who the mystery woman was, they only know, she made all the difference. >> if the neighborhood didn't intervene, what do you think would have happened?
thankfully not next door neighbor, she was really saved her life. >> the reporter: the parents have no idea who that hero is. they think she lives in the neighborhood, maybe in the next building, but they're really not sure. they would like to find that person and thank her. live in middleton, bob ward, fox 25 news. >> vanessa: incredible story, bob, thank you. one of norwood's most wanted fugitives, now behind bars. officers arrested anthony young he had three outstanding warrants, plus a new charge of resisting arrest. police say he's already been arraigned more than 120 times. >> mark: also new tonight, the man police called an old school wise guy has died. just weeks after getting out of federal prison. anthony st. laurent died of natural causes in rhode island early this morning, known as the saints, he served time for hiring someone to kill a rival mobster. he told the hit man to tell the would-be victim, this is from the saint, before pulling the
>> vanessa: only on fox 25, a local man forced to fight off an intruder, armed with a sledge hammer. >> mark: he was able to get
away and police want you to be on lookout for. >> kevin: temperatures dropping this evening, a beautiful sunset out there just before it went down. already getting dark out soar. i'll talk about your election day forecast and rain on the way.
>> vanessa: two manchester police officers shot in line of duty, may receive one of new hampshire's top honors. >> mark: ryan hardy and matt o'connor with awarded the medal of honor. that included police officers and dispatchers. crystal haynes attended the ceremony in manchester. >> the reporter: goffstown new hampshire officer seed being honored as a hero for his work if taking down ian mcpherson la shot police officer ryan hardy in the face and shoulder during a traffic stop. stop. after shooting hardy, mcpherson fled with more than a dozen officers in pursuit. officer matt o'connor was shot in the leg in the confrontation. >> i think matt and ryan embody exactly what american policing is about. they went out there, did their
another. >> the reporter: but at today's medal of valor ceremony, manchester chief nick willard told friends and family the parts of the story they didn't know. officer mcgee pretty much threw himself on top of matt after matt went down to prevent him from being shot further. >> the reporter: among those who rushed into respond to the shootings were officer hardy's best friend and fellow brother in blue on the manchester police department. officer michael mcgee had only been on the force a couple of years. he tells us, there was no ti he just acted on instinct. >> we engaged in gun battle and i didn't know if the sustenance was still around, so -- if the suspect was still around, so i made sure i did everything to make sure he didn't get shot again. >> the reporter: cool, calm and collected today, the memory of that night stayed with him and so does the memory of his friend's bravery. >> to see him the way it was, awful. after telling him everything was going to be ok after i didn't know, it was hard. and he just looked at me and said, go get the guy.
manchester, crystal haynes, fox 25 news. >> vanessa: another men's sports team at harvard university is now involved in the scandal involving sexually explicit comments. the harvard men's cross-country team admits for the past several years, it's creating spreadsheets about the attractiveness of the women's cross-country team. the women told the coach about spreadsheet and said the practice continued through 2014 but also says the culture as changed now. students say the scandals are unacceptable. >> is really disgusting. >> it's important that harvard has taken the stance it has and it doesn't just end after this, because it's more than just this. >> vanessa: last week, harvard cancelled the rest of the men's soccer season. the school found members had been creating sexually explicit scouting reports about women's soccer players for years. >> mark: patriots quarterback tom brady said he would have no problem allowing his children to
report by harvard baton rouge brain injuries. >> no problem with my kids playing football. my wife, thankfully, she's not sitting next to me. it might be different for, you know, her thoughts. >> the reporter: brady did say, he thinks the game of football has become safer over the years, but admits he recognizes the risk of injury. last week, researchers at b.u. announced that former patriot kevin turner was diagnosed with a.l.s. actually died from brain disease known as cte, the same brain disease of other football players studied at b.u. >> kevin: some more great pictures. coming in for the sunset this evening. it wasn't even 5:00 p.m. and it was getting that dark out. yeah, that's pushed the clocks back, really having an effect. jenny sent this out saying the view is beautiful, gorgeous
savings sunset is beautiful. sure is, different perspective. from the it's already getting dark one. this sent in by blair miller, talking about how he's covering the election and those his view out the window. gorgeous shot as well. weather is beautiful all across the northeast and will be that way for election day tomorrow. that's why i showed you the new york pictures, to get the idea, it's not going to be a problem on the east coast for election day as far as the weather is concerned. 40's out there this evening. 43 in bosto 38 in orange. it is going to be a cold night for sure. out there in foxborough, going down to freezing across the state 3:00 a.m. in the morning and staying that way through sunrise tomorrow. there will be 20's off to the north and west. keene new hampshire, orange both in the 20's. 30's out on cape cod and a cuomo of 40's on the outer cape and for you in nantucket as well. it is just about clear everywhere tonight. there were some clouds hanging around on the south shore and south coast. these are rainshowers, doppler radar just picking up something else that's up there in the air, it is clear across the rest of new england, the last clouds are
western flank of a storm, but pushing away from us and not going to be a bother. look at all of this, clear sky from the tip of maine all the way through pennsylvania and into the mid-atlantic states. cloudiness and storminess is here in the middle of the country. the front is coming toward us, but through election day tomorrow, you can see the timeline here tonight and tomorrow, it's going to be showers, extending through the midwest and into the deep south. there may be thunderstorms embedded in here as well. that would be the only issue across the entire country for election day. the rainshowers by the be coming not tomorrow, not for election day, but the day after. 60 in boston tomorrow. how about that for november. 62 watertown and arlington tomorrow afternoon. into the merrimack valley, upper 50's to low 60's here as well. even out on cape cod, mild, not quite the 60's, likely to be mostly in the 50's on cape cod, but falmouth flirts with 60 at 59 degrees tomorrow afternoon. there are the clouds, wednesday morning, when you get up, not raining, just some clouds, but western new england will have showers already moving if and then the showers will move
into the afternoon. looks like they're breaking apart, but from what i'm looking with the energy associated with the front, more showers on future cast. bottom line is though the showers will move out, everywhere except for southeastern massachusetts by wednesday night. those will linger on the southeast coast through thursday morning for a bit and then on friday, another batch of showers. however, this friday batch means business. look at your weekend in view forecast, this is amazing. only 42 for a high temperature. should be up around 52 for a normal high temperat 10 degrees colder than average. there will be towns on saturday that do not get out of the 30's all day long. a gusty wind will make it feel even colder, and yes, there will be snow flurries around too, so a big change ahead for the weekend. i'll keep tracks of the showers coming up for the weekend. >> mark: there is no end in site for the simpsons. fox renewed the animated series for the 29th and 30th season and at the end of the
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ceilings, all caused by a powerful earthquake that hit oklahoma on sunday. the 5.0 magnitude quake hit near the town of cushing. no serious injuries were reported, but dozens of buildings suffered substantial damage. >> mark: kidnapping suspect has confessed to killing four people years ago. >> vanessa: it all started after a 30-year-old woman was found chained inside a metal container on the man's property. >> a judge denies bond to alleged serial killer, todd colup, as investigators find another body on his property in spartanburg county, south carolina. >> we are in the process of getting that person removed from here around doing a positive identification. we're not even close. we can't tell anything about the cause of death, the gender, or how long any of that stuff.
deputies found a missing person alive, 30-year-old kayla brown, she was tied up inside of a container on thursday. colup confessed to four murders over the weekend. he's also accused killing her boyfriend. the murders he confessed to happened in 2003. >> things like, it will go on forever, 13 years, you've gotten away with 13 years, why would you confess now? >> the reporter: the suspect's neighbors are surprised by the case, but say, they >> todd was, in my opinion, was a likeable guy, he never used any foul language when we were talking. he was a big bragger now. >> the reporter: meanwhile, authorities continue a multistate search for any other possible bodies on colup's property. >> there's supposed to be one more down here, but we're going to keep searching until we are positive that's it. >> the reporter: the f.b.i. and
a powerful opioid, 50 times stronger than heroin, killing hundreds of people here in new england. >> there is no second chances with fentanyl. >> vanessa: coming up at 5:45 p.m., we learn why it's putting the rescuers who respond to overdoses in danger. >> mark: and move over, amazon. another retailer will soon be offering same-day delivery right here in boston. the cost and delivery details for petsmart customers, coming up at joanne:
she's not fooling me. britt: kelly ayotte sides with the special interests. vivian: now, she's even playing politic games with medicare. vo: kelly ayotte voted to cut medicare and cost seniors up to $1,700 more for prescriptions... while protecting tax breaks for the wall street banks and big oil companies that fund her campaign. fred: kelly ayotte sold us out. britt: with kelly ayotte, it's all politics. joanne: she's not looking out for new hampshire anymore. vo: senate majority pac is responsible
>> mark: developing right now, bliss are lacking for a burglar who attacked a man with a islamic hammer. the victim tells us he came home to find the strange are trying to break into his house. >> vanessa: jim morelli is live in brockton where jim, this guy has the bruises to prove it. >> the reporter: yeah, he certainly does, and it's believed that this random attack, a random home invasion, a random robbery that turned into something else and the homeowner now realizes he was lucky to emerge from this alive. >> never experienced anything like this in this neighborhood. >> the reporter: for chris, it started like any monday morning, but it certainly didn't end that way. >> it was overwhelming, it was scary, all the above. >> the reporter: haskins had just dropped off his son at work and came home to find his back gate ajar. he found the reason under the back deck. >> there was a man standing
break into my home with a sledge hammer. i took a couple of steps back. that enabled to force haskins into a nearby woods. he said haskins let emotion override reason and took off after the suspect, but not before grabbing an ax handle from the back of his truck. but during the altercation, haskins fell. >> he ends up on -p top of my on my chest and trying to bash my head if with the islamic hammer. >> the reporter: haskins was finally able to get away and ran to a neighbor's home for help. the black and blue marks, evidence of where he made contact with the sledge hammer. >> i would have been 100 yards away if woods and nobody would have known. as for the deeper counseled haskins suffered, no one can leprechaun with that. -- wounds haskins suffered, no
he's a white male, about 25 to 30 years old, maybe 180, to 185 pounds, is the description haskins gave police of the suspect. and distinctive tatoos on his neck. police are looking for the suspect, they were in fact using a k-9 unit to do so, we're going to check back in with them to see if anything has changed. jim morelli, fox 25 news. >> mark: less than 14 hours until the polls open. 26 hours until they close. the presidential not wasting any minute on the presidential campaign trail. donald trump is making stops in five battle grounds states, include manchester. hillary clinton traveled to four states. president obama campaigned for clinton on the campus of u.n.h. he told the crowd, it's a great day to be a wild cat and said this is one of his last stops on the trail. >> i've got to say, because this is i think going to be my last big event.
but you know, michelle is talking there, so i won't get any attention. >> mark: more from the president ahead at 6:00 p.m. both campaigns are watching early voting. in florida, voters shattered records with six million early ballots cast, in large part because latino turnout was up 87% from 2012. turnout was down in another swing state, north carolina and in colorado, republican early voters outnumbered democrats by 7,000. >> vanessa: thousands of act. if you have an issue tomorrow at the polls. legal experts from more than 100 civil and voting rights groups are answering calls from any moment with voting related question or complaint. these legal experts are there to help with anything from finding a polling station to reporting voter intimidation. the command center and voter hot line has been around for 14 years. >> folks should definitely be watching for people who have no business inside the polls on election day. >> vanessa: this afternoon, the
restore new anti-voter intimidation rules that would have restricted activity by monitors at the polls. >> mark: we're keeping an eye on markets as stocks surge 2% higher after news that the f.b.i. would not charge hillary clinton regarding her email use. it ends the s&p 500's longest losing streak in three decades. >> vanessa: stay with fox 25 for continuing coverage of election 2016. at 6:30 p.m. tonight, we are live in new hampshir donald trump's last events before election day. a chilly start to the week. a live look over the city of boston. it's dark. and we are in for a bit of a warmup rather for election day tomorrow. our fox 25 storm tracker chief meteorologist kevin lemanowicz here now. kevin, it's going to be a nice day to get out and vote. no excuses, you can't blame the weather. >> kevin: not this time. i know people like to blame weather, but it's not going to happen this time. you have sunshine, a high temperature of 60. it will start out in the 30's in the morning.
most places and climbing quickly into 40, so really not a problem from the weather, that's for sure. it is dark out there early. we love getting the extra hour sleep, but by sunset, sunday afternoon, you realize, we get less than -- one hour less of sunlight. it works on both sides and in this case, not the good side. plenty of towns dipped into the 30's through your didn't nancy reagan hours this evening. it is clear now, the leaving martha stewart. clouds were hanging out there. this is a system, storm explode out in the atlantic. i show you that because a lot of you experienced some rainshowers, even some now grains or grapple that came through yesterday. it looked like snow pellets or sleet. that's the system there and it came out in the ocean, exploded into this storm and those are the clouds out on cape cod this afternoon. it's all push away. how cold you'll when you wake up in the morning and the next rainshowers coming our way. >> firefighters and divers
the car crashed with an s.u.v., but the driver was able to escape in time. katherine parrotta reports. >> the reporter: it was quite a scene on memorial drive overnight. a car submerged in the charles river. >> cars do end up in the river sometimes. police say this time it was a result of a two car crash. the hyundai started smoking, the driver jumped out with the car still if drive. that's when the car ended up in the river. firefighters working carefully to remove it. >> when you have divers in the water with a vehicle like that, we have to take our time to make sure we don't get them in a precarious position, so this car can be volatile and move underneath the water. we want to make sure they're in a safe spot when we go to hook this back up. >> the reporter: the car back on dry land two hours late, the driver taken to hospital with minor injuries, fortunate in the
driver of the in order explorer will be cited -- ford explorer will be cited for failing to stop at a red light. >> vanessa: we are waiting to hear if any charges will be filed in the death of a machine in a hit-and-run with a pickup truck in tewksbury near apache way. the globe is reporting the driver told police that the 70-year-old victim ran out this to the street. and this is a look at a wild scene from dorchester this morning. a on the light pole with two wheels up in the air near the american legion highway. no word on what caused the crash or if anyone was hurt. >> mark: gas prices dropped this week. according to aaa, the average price of regular unleaded is $2.13 per gallon, down one cent from last week, but 4 cents higher than last year at this time. >> vanessa: tomorrow, voters will decide whether to legalize recreational marijuana in
have you thinking more about it. >> vanessa: and a wish comes true for two local boys who battled life-threatening illnesses. >> i was all nervous. >> i was so nervous. i didn't get one hour of sleep. >> vanessa: at 5:55 p.m. tonight, their special day at gillette stadium, with their heroes, tom brady. >> mark: a century's old joanne: she's not fooling me. britt:
kelly ayotte sides with the special interests. vivian: now, she's even playing politic games with medicare.
while protecting tax breaks for the wall street banks and big oil companies that fund her campaign. fred: kelly ayotte sold us out. britt: with kelly ayotte, it's all politics. joanne: she's not looking out for new hampshire anymore. vo: senate
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isis claimed responsibility isis claimed responsibility clear clear. >> vanessa: closing arguments are underway in the hot car death in georgia. ross harris is accused of killing his 22-month-old son cooper leaving him in a hot car in 2014. he is facing eight charges, including murder. prosecutors say harris was leading a double life and wanted a way out of his marriage. the defense argues it was a horrible accident. the judge in the south carolina church shooting trial has postponed jury selection. 22-year-old dylann roof is accused of opening fire bible study in charleston last year. nine people were killed. in court today, the judge said emotion from roof and his defense team required his immediate attention. the hearing involving that motion will be closed to the public. >> mark: robert dersh is set to appear in a california court for the death of a woman. the jinx was aired as a mini series about his life.
derst admitting to the murder. >> vanessa: in italy, local police are reporting a rise in looting. thieves walked into a church that was about to collapse and stole a 17th century painting. parts of italy are recovering from at least three devastating said she passed away in her miami home this morning from complications of parkinson's disease. reno served under president bill clinton from 1993 to 2001. janet reno was 78. >> kevin: temperatures dropping there to the 30's out in the suburbs right now. i'm tracking where the coldest spots are and also my eyes on the next rain already this week.
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>> mark: new at 5:30 p.m., overdose deaths linked to fentanyl in massachusetts are on the rise. state health officials there were 1,000 confirmed accidental opioid overdose deaths during the first nine months of the year. that outpaces the same time period last year. deaths linked to heroin have dropped at about the same rate fentanyl related deaths have increased. fentanyl is 50 times more potent than heroin and this picture from police shows a fatal dose of heroin on the left and one on the right with fentanyl. the dea is warning police and first responders, because they say fentanyl can be deadly if it comes in contact with your skin or you inhale it. >> it only takes approximately two milligrams of fentanyl r as a lethal dose. we're talking about a couple of grains of sand. >> mark: tonight on fox 25 news at 10:00 p.m., we learn how this drug has already had tragic
families. >> vanessa: samsung is looking to battle back from its failed note7 smart phone. the electronics company announced that plans to add a digital assistant to its upcoming galaxy s8. it bought artificial intelligence viv and plans to use that technology in its systems. new at 5:30 p.m. tonight, tesla is going to start charging you to charge your car. the electric car company will end free use of its anyone who buys their car after that date. owners will still get 1,000 miles of free carriage being and the company says the fee will be less than the cost of a tank of gas. >> mark: new at 5:30 p.m., petsmart announced today it will start offering same day delivery, available in boston within the next week or two. the service will cost $7.99. customers and scheduled deliveries for as soon as two hours. the company says it's all in an effort to better compete with
wait through virtual reality. a team of japanese scientists have come up with virtual reality diet goggles that essentially hack your senses. they say the goggles will reduce appetite, make low fat foods taste better and alter perception of portion size, the goal is to reduce the amount of food a person eats by 10%. >> vanessa: this summer's drought could impact the christmas tree drought for many years to come. tree growers across new say the concern is with saplings that don't have established roots. the trees will be ready to sell in six years or 2022 and with harsh growing conditions it year, they may not make it through another drought. >> there potentially could be a slightly smaller amount of trees out there to cut, so it's more of a future type thing. >> vanessa: in the meantime, farmers say they've been trying to combat the drought by using costly irrigation systems and planting types of trees that can survive on less water.
>> mark: interesting, because we were talking about the foliage this year was brill ant, but brief and -- brilliant, but brief, and now we're talking about christmas trees down the road may be impacted by this. but we are making progress getting the water back. >> kevin: we're making a dent, but really, trees can survive a year or two years around they really start to get stressed out and you see damage if this were to continue. let's hope that doesn't continue. leaves are staying on the trees an awfully long time. are you noticing that too? >> mar i it was quicker this year for me, i don't know. >> kevin: i haven't done any raking yet. >> mark: i have, twice. >> kevin: you know, when they fall, i don't do raking either. in the 40's mostly. been 1078 30's too. 30 -- been in the 30's too. i've done mowing. 45 medford. woburn, 38. redding, 38. 128 right there, it's pretty close to boston, already into the upper 30's. on the north shore, salisbury
newburyport, 36. chilly right now. just to the west of boston along the pike, just outside 95 or 128, there's weston and whalen, both into the 30's, marlboro, 39, medfield, 39 degrees right now. south shore, getting some 30's here as well. even south of boston, norton, sharon, walpole, product ever brockton, hanson, hanover in the upper 30's. dropping fairly quickly this evening after only getting in the upper 40's in some towns today. cod, where you had a lot of clouds around earlier today on the back edge of that storm system that was spinning around out in the ocean. this is the only problem across-the country. typically, i don't show you a big wide map. since it's election day tomorrow, i want you to see what's going on all over the place and if you're wondering whether the weather will play a part in the election, it shouldn't. we don't have a severe weather outbreak to contend with. there will be showers in the middle of the country, with the
showers through the midwest and thunderstorms in the gulf of mexico, coming on to the shoreline there, so that's where the thunderstorms could keep people indoors tore a lyle while. but thunderstorms are in and out fairly quickly and then you go about your business. really shouldn't be an issue from the weather for this election day and certainly not here. temperatures are going to be in the 60's away from the coastline and away from cape cod. into the low and mid 60's even off to the north and west of boston. and with sunshine, all day long, beginning to end, now sure, you're going to start in the 20's and 30's for low temper jacket on if you're going out for the polls early in the morning, but otherwise, it will be warming up just as quickly as it's cooling down tonight. these clouds aren't getting here until wednesday morning. they're ahead of the front coming out of the midwest, the one that will produce showers for election day. not a lot of showers on futurecast, but this front coming on through new england will have many more showers than you're seeing right here. it looks too energetic to have few like we're searing and a wave of low pressure forming on, we'll keep heavier showers on the southern fringes of this,
perhaps thursday morning out there on cape cod and the islands. that's what i have for a forecast for thursday morning. the showers relent of course, back to sunshine and temperatures about where they should be this time of year on thursday and on friday. friday another front comes through, and that really chills us out this weekend. look at this, windy and cold, and yes, i'm going to zoom in on the weekend, which is always in view for us, that snow flurry activity i have on saturday, after all, we saw that happen this past weekend, it wasn't even as cold as this. that's a real shot of cold air for this before that, the shower threat, which i'll keep tracking this evening. >> mark: new video shows bubbling inside a lava lake on top of hawaii's kilauea volcano. you see spattering at the volcano's surface. quite a site. water main site is being blamed for creating a massive sinkhole in iowa. take a look at this, the roadway
historic part of dubuque. city workers noticed the regulations in water production the day before. witnesses couldn't believe what they saw. >> immediately almost, i heard this sound behind me, and the street had collapsed. and then it kept collapsing. >> mark: the water main was fixed, but no word on with they'll fill in the sink hole. >> vanessa: there's a lot we're working on for you all new at 6:00 p.m., starting with a key question facing massachuset voters at the polls tomorrow. >> the reporter: a final push for and against legalizing marijuana in massachusetts, the new evidence that comparing it to alcohol might be offbase. >> vanessa: plus, donald trump and president obama campaigning in new hampshire today. why just four electoral votes means so much to both clinton and trump. and if this campaign season has
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>> mark: tom brady and the patriots made a wish come true for two local boys. both have battled life-threatening illnesses. >> vanessa: they came to the fox 25 studios yesterday to tell kerry kavanaugh about their big day at gillette and why meeting tom brady meant so much to them. >> i was all nervous. >> i bet. >> i didn't get one hour of sleep. >> butterflies for calvin, 11 of fox ford and christopher, 15 of cohasset, it was a long time coming. calvin was born with a his health. at age 13, christopher was diagnosed with thyroid cancer. he's now in rescission, but treatments continue. through their ups and downs, they say one thing inspired them to push through. >> when i was going through all that, i could take a break and watch the patriots run all of it, and i'll never forget, when they won super bowl, malcolm butter interception on my birthday. >> i feel you've had to overcome a lot of adversity, but you never give up, you stuck with
best players of all time. i also had to overcome lots of struggles with my health and being bullied at school. >> the reporter: both contact make-a-wish massachusetts and rhode island and said it was their dream to meet tb-12 tom brady who inspired them for so long. that day was tuesday. >> i actually said his name backwards, i said brady tom instead of tom brady. i couldn't believe it. i said are you kidding me, i've been waiting two years and i >> the reporter: make-a-wish massachusetts and rhode island along with the patriots treated both families to a day at gillette with their hero. ism tom shook everybody's hands, it's like where are you from, how are you, watched the game last week. we were all looking at each other, like no way. >> >> the reporter: they even hit the field to catch a few passes. >> i was sifting there just looking like, the golden spiral. >> the reporter: they left with a full bag of souvenirs and very full hearts.
really cared about how your day went, so it was amazing. >> the reporter: kerry kavanaugh, fox 25 news. >> mark: what a fantastic day. the stories that came out of that. >> vanessa: brady tom, he was so nervous. >> mark: that happens to everybody. trust me when i tell you, that's happened to all of us at some points especially when you get in the presence of tom brady, who is just a great guy and outstanding football player. the kids are also thrilled, you might have seen pictures there to meet the tom owner, robert kraft, as well as player julian edelman. granted more than 7500 wishes for kids in massachusetts and rhode island rand doing phenomenal work to see the lives and the way they're changing kids' lives, giving them hope as they've been recovering from the illnesses. >> mark: they've been through much and the players have extended a helping hand. >> vanessa: people who love the iconic t rex in saugus, you don't have to worry about change. many became concerned when a handwritten sign appeared that said keep me orange but the developer planning new detail
are planning on keeping the dinosaur orange. >> mark: now at 6:00 p.m., just 12 hours left until polls open in new hampshire. the stakes could not be higher. >> the reporter: we are just hours from election day and here in new york city is where the candidates will end up hoping they're named the next president of the united states. >> mark: tonight, comprehensive coverage of election eve. why the granite state and its four electoral votes are key to the future of our country. >> vanessa: plus, parents panicked while their infant child stopped breath this to 911 call they made to save their baby girl. >> kevin: highs in the 40's and some 50's out there today, but much milder for election day, plus -- more rain on the way. >> mark: if this election season has you stressed, try laughing. >> a cat laughter. like meow. >> mark: we're serious, how
down. >> mark: it started with more than 20 candidates. now, it's down to two. >> this is it, folks,. >> mark: this year has been loud. >> president obama, you're fired. >> what kind of genius loses a billion dollars in a fiscal year. >> mark: con den husband. >> that's -- contentious. >> he would rather have a puppet as president. >> mark: and ridiculous. >> there he was, scaling the glass face of trump suction cups and a harness, hoping to reach the top of the 663-foot tall trump tower. >> mark: the nation decides it all in just hours. and this is what the candidates are looking at, the final fox news poll published just this morning, shows hillary clinton with a 4-point lead heading in to election day. the national poll shows 48% support for clinton. 44 for trump. the margin of error is 2.5%, so it is a very tight race.